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Have you ever wondered why surfboards have conventionally been made with a pointed tip? ¬†Finding his arms again with 2 new screws in his shoulder and a few barrels under his belt. Start to Finish…Board by Bill Shrosbree – Surfer: Gary Strahle Photo: Tony Roberts…(Read More)

In early January 2012, Team Rider/Apprentice Shaper, Gary Strahle attempts one of surfing’s most radical new tricks, the “360 Backflip”. Surfing the beaches of Pupukea Hawaii, Gary was introducing a complimentary surf accessory to his equipment called SurfAir360, a paddle friendly strap system designed for progressive aerial surfing maneuvers. “Introducing the strap system…(Read More)

Bill Shrosbree

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Bill Shrosbree began shaping surfboards in the 1960’s with labels like Greg Noll, Gordon & Smith, Bing, Con, and Velzy. As a young Surfer / Shaper, Shros developed innovative designs, some of which were ridden by legends like L.J. Richards. His most recognized design in those times was the “Shros Burger,” a shorter more…(Read More)